Vegetation management work, like clearing brush and trimming up trees around you home, is considered essential work and is allowed.
Many families in Mill Valley have pets, who are considered members of the family in most cases. The Centers for Disease Control has advice for our community to stay safe and healthy with and to protect pets in relation to COVID-19.
With almost a month of social distancing and shelter-in-place orders behind us and another month or more ahead, it is of critical importance to maintain emotional and mental health by staying positive and grateful, adapting to new ways to connect, and reaching out for help when needed.
The Mill Valley Chamber of Commerce is providing regular updates to the community on their website.
As the county and country continue to face the public health threat and restrictions of COVID-19, Marin County Health and Human Servicesis collaborating with several local agencies to expand safe access to healthy food for those in need and to increase community awareness and access of existing food resources.
Public health information for the use of cloth face coverings by the general public when outside the home conducting essential activities.
You will see the Mill Valley Police Department out and about reminding individuals to comply with the Public Health Order. We ask for your cooperation but will enforce compliance. Help us work together to keep our community safe.
Nationwide attempts to reduce the impact of COVID-19 has changed the lives of Americans in many ways. With many states practicing shelter-in-place and social distancing recommended nationwide, families will need to get creative to celebrate various religious and family holidays in April, including Easter, Passover, and the beginning of Ramadan.
A “Shelter at Home” Order is in place from Marin County now through May 3, 2020. This is a legal order that limits activity, travel and business functions only to the most essential needs of the community. The purpose of this Order is to keep people at home to reduce the exposure and transmission of COVID-19.
Planning and Building services have shifted to virtual appointments only (i.e. phone, email or a virtual meeting) and are limited to “essential services,” based on the Marin County Health Officer Shelter in Place Order (“Order”). Please note that local requirements continue to change, so please check the City webpage for updates.
Library has databases galore that you can access from home to help with research projects, homework, or just finding out about stuff. Click through to learn about our resources, including Encyclopedia Brittanica, an extensive biography database, and so much more.
Community members have contacted us, asking about how to help and make donations. We have a website set up with information for you.
Check out these resources available to defer payment on rent, leases and mortages to lesson the financial impacts associated with COVID-19.
On Monday, March 16, 2020 the City Council adopted a Resolution proclaiming a Local Emergency for the City of Mill Valley in response to the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
We encourage everyone to practice good hygiene to reduce your risk of becoming infected with a respiratory virus like influenza or COVID-19.
A Message from the Mill Valley Chamber of Commerce.
The City of Mill Valley has received many messages of concern from community members who have observed children, especially teenagers, congregating around Mill Valley during the Shelter in Place order.
At the City of Mill Valley, we are working to provide for the safety of our community members, employees, and first responders.
Effective Monday March 16, 2020 Mill Valley Recreation closing facilities and cancelling classes, programs & events until further notice.
Effective Monday, March 16, 2020, City Hall will close to the general public and shift to appointment only. City Hall will also open for essential business public meetings only. This shift to appointment/remote services is in effect until March 29